Mechanism of action in the body

   In the circulatory system
  • It promotes erythrocyte deformity, facilitating the microcirculation
  • It stimulates the regeneration of heart muscle
  • Decreases red blood cell hemolysis
  • Improves overall circulation
  • Antiplatelet
    In the central nervous system
  • It increases the permeability of the blood-brain barrier
  • Stops or reduces the production of edema in the nervous system
  • It increases O2 tension in the spinal fluid
  • Promotes axonal regeneration
    In the endocrine system
  • Promotes the synthesis of prostaglandins, steroid hormones and the production of interferons
  • It Modifies the sensitivity of the hormone estrogen receptors and mediators
  • It stimulates the smooth functioning of the endocrine glands
  • Decreases insulin requirements
    In the gastrointestinal system
  • Decreases gastric acid secretion
  • Regenerates tissue and liver functions
  • Increased intestinal motility
    Other mechanisms of action
  • Oxygen tension increases in bone, soft tissue and total body fluid
  • Marginal tissue preservation demarcation of viable and nonviable
  • Increases the activity of bone cells
  • Stimulates collagen production
  • It stimulates the immune system
  • Increased ATP and phosphocreatine
  • Activation of macrophages
  • Reduces lactic acid tissue
  • Bactericidal and bacteriostatic
  • Inhibits Alpha toxin